I do not want to deal with ERISA, COBRA, laws related to group benefits, or things like that. Especially now that Obamacare is rolling out, employees can get their own health insurance. Roth IRAs are the best bet for employees who make under a certain yearly amount. I want to incentivize them to get their own health insurance.
1) Give a yearly taxable bonus to my employees for obtaining their own health insurance? is this under Cobra or ERISA?
2) Give a matching taxable bonuse up to a certain amount to employees for contributing to their own Roth IRA?
3) Give a matching taxable bonus to employees for getting their own term life insurance? (so i don't deal with it)
4) Give a matching taxable bonus up to a certain amount if the employee contributes to a 529?
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